Empowering At-Risk Women and Reducing NeoNatal Abstinence Syndrome
The “Empowering At-Risk Women and Reducing Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome” program is a prevention based program that meets women at their recovery center and provides reproductive life education with immediate access to voluntary, long-acting, reversible contraceptive.
Goals of program:
•Prevention based program that assists women in recovery to develop a reproductive life plan that prevents unplanned pregnancy allowing a woman to focus on her recovery.
•Removes cost & transportation barriers to accessing the most effective forms of reversible birth control available.
•Educates and trains medical staff on reproductive life planning and the importance of incorporating unplanned pregnancy prevention into recovery strategies.